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Mel Nov 15
. If you care about , is a priority for you too. The Trump administration has just wrecked the lives of 5,300 Nicaraguans & has cast 57,000 Hondurans into a state of limbo. Immigrants are human beings & our policies should reflect that. RT FOR AWARENESS!
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#DreamActNow Nov 20
Haitian families have US citizen kids and have built homes, businesses, and lives here. Congress must act now to protect them.
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MoveOn.org 10m
holders are legal immigrants, thoroughly vetted by the government, who've contributed to our communities & economies for years.
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Ileana Ros-Lehtinen Nov 20
I travelled to after the earthquake in 2010 and after hurricane Matthew in 2016. So I can personally attest that is not prepared to take back nearly 60,000 recipients under these difficult and harsh conditions.
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Chillieh 🐧 Nov 21
PROTEST TODAY 11AM MAR-A-LAGO PALM BEACH FLORIDA Busses leaving from Miami
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Yvette D. Clarke Nov 20
I am truly outraged by 45’s decision to end . When did moral decency and compassion for others become a partisan issue?
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Rep. Emanuel Cleaver Nov 17
It will cost US taxpayers $500,000,000 to deport holders to Haiti--an island still reeling from an earthquake, hurricanes, a cholera epidemic and more. These are our neighbors, friends, and coworkers. We must do the humanitarian thing and
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Beatriz Lopez Nov 20
Another group of LEGAL immigrants are on an official path to be kicked out of their homes. This is WRONG. Pay attention: Legal permits () have been revoked for Haitians. If you thought Trump was not purging people of color, particularly immigrants of color... you are wrong.
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Ann Scholz Nov 15
Haitians have put down roots here, Haitian holders are parents to 27000 U.S. citizen children.
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Hassan Ahmad Nov 20
What is and why is it such a big deal that the administration is canceling it, first , and now ? Here's a rundown. TPS (temporary protected status) allows people from countries where it's generally dangerous to return to stay in the US. 1/
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Rep. Barbara Lee Nov 21
The Trump Administration's decision to end - putting over 50K Haitians living in America in jeopardy - is morally reprehensible. These families need our help - turning our back on them is just plain wrong.
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#DreamActNow Nov 20
STOP INTERVIEWING TRUMP SUPPORTERS AND START INTERVIEWING RECIPIENTS WHO MAY BE TORN FROM THEIR US HOMES
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Nina Agrawal Nov 20
59,000 Haitians living in U.S. must leave within 18 months, Trump administration says, ending
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Chuck Schumer Nov 20
Replying to @SenSchumer
Ending for Haiti shows an utter lack of compassion & common sense from the Trump administration.
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Lunionsuite 19h
🗣 “We always show up to the battle ready to win” 🎥
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The Seed Project Nov 21
Between and , 1 million people in this country will lose their jobs, livelihoods, and sense of safety. That is an attack on the humanity of immigrants.
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🎙Wayne Dupree 1h
Democrats are angry about Trump's Haitian deportation decision but were quiet when Hillary and the Clinton Foundation pocketed millions and left the Haitian people in tents after their earthquake? 💡: Another 800 tent residents died during hurricane later
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Rep. Mia Love Nov 20
is not prepared to bring 60,000 people back to a nation still recovering from the 2010 earthquake. I saw the conditions myself, and will continue working with my colleagues from across the aisle to extend protections.
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Chuck Schumer Nov 20
Despite two hurricanes in the last 6 months alone, decided to terminate for >50k Haitians. A simple extension would have made the most sense.
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Alyssa Milano Nov 20
Thank you for your leadership, . Congress must pass a bill to keep families together.
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